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DAILY OAriTALMONDAY, MARCH 15, 109.
TUESDAT, MARCH i, 1909. f I I il I ? i SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. Time Card No. 54 Effective Sunday, August 10, 1000. Toward Portland Passenger. No. 10 5:13 a. m Oregon Express No. 18 8:40 a. m... Cottage OroTc Pass. No. 12 2:45 p. m.. .Itoscburg Passenger No. 14 0:13 p. m Portland Express Toward Portland Freight. No. 222 5 p. m Portland Fast Kralglit No. 220 10 :4(M1 :28 a. m....Way Freight Toward San Francisco Passenger. No. 11 11:03 a. m... .Ilosebure Passenger No. 17 0:45 p. m... Cottage Grove Pass. No. 15 0:50 p. m.. .(.California Express No. 13 3:31 a. m...8an Francisco Exp. Toward San Francisco Freight. No. 221 2:43 a. m... Portland Fast Frt. No. 2251 1 :28 a. m Way Trelgut OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY Time Card Effective Xov. 15, 1008. Leaves Fer: t'nrtlnnd nml Intermediate, local. 0:40 a.m. I'ortland-lllllstioro and Intermediate, local 8 :S.f a.m. Portland nnd Intermediate, local. 11:15 a.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 1 :40 p.m. PortlniuM'ualattn and Hlllsboro, lim ited 3:05 p.m. I'cirtlrttid-tllllsboro and Intermediate, loeat 4 :00 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 0:20 p.m. Portland nnd Intermediate, local. 8:40 p.m. Arrives Frem: Portland nnd Intermediate, local. 8:25 a.m. Portlauddllllsboro and Intermediate, loenl 10 :00 a.m. Portland-Hlllstioro-Tualatln, lim ited 10:50 a.m. Portland nnd Intermediate, local. 1 :00 p.m. Portland-IIIIIshoro nnd Intermediate, local 4 :00 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 5:45 p.m. Portlaud and Intermediate, local. 8-20 p.m. Portland and Intermediate, local. 10:40 p.m. KJm m 1 CO. S tea mora Orcgona nnd Pomona leavo for Portlnnd Monduy, Wednes day and Friday nt 10 n. m. Tues day, Thursday and Saturday at G a.m. Faro 50 conts. Leavo for Corvallls, Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday about 7 p. m. M. P. HALDWIN, Agt. 4 I 1 I I I I I I M I I I M M I 1 H i i II Graber Bros. II PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Will glvo prompt attention to all orders, guaranteo our I work to glvo satisfaction and to bo up to tho sanitary Rtond- ard. WE WILL HE PLEASED TO GIVE ESTIMATES t ON CONTRACTS ; ) Wo aro agonts for tho Ala- I ; mo, Victor nnd Idoal Gosollno f Engines. Shop on LIborty itroot, back X of Barr's Jowdlry Storo. 44 1 in nmn n iwinmt Damo nature Is already boglnntng to woar tho green, In honor of good old St. Paddy. o DoWltt's Llttlo Early Risers aro small pills, easy, gimtlo and certain, and aro sold by all druggists. LOW TO OREGON DAILY During March and April From all parts of tho I-.ast. via Union Pacific Oregon Short Line The Oregon Railroad & Navi gat ion Co. Southern Pacif'c $33 from Chicago $30.50 from St. Louis $20 from Omaha S25 from Kansas City ContwiHMidluxly low front all other points. TO THE PUBLIC Write Utters to everybody you know In tho oast and tell them about these low colonist rates. Send them liter ature ahout Oregon, or send their addrcMP to us and we will do It, In this way you can be a great help In tho growth and progress of your state. YOU CAN PREPAY FARES for any one from any place If you want to. Deposit the neoessary amount with our local agent and he vlll telegraph ticket promptly. Inquire of agents or write to WM. McMURRAY General Passenger Agent The Oregon R.. R. k. Navigation Co. Southern Pacific Co. (lines In Ore.) PORTLAND. OREQON Tlio Knock-out Bloir. Tho blow which knocked out CorbeH was a revo'rttl. n to the prlio fighters. From the ctrl'est days of the ring tb knock-out bow was aimed for tho Jaw, Iho temple ..r tho Jugnlnr flln. Stomach punches were thrown In to worry and weary tho fighter, but If a scientific man had told ono of tho old fighter that the most vulnerable spot was tho region of the stomach, ho'd havo laughed at him for an Ignoramus. Dr. PIcrco 1st bringing bow to tho public a parallel fact; that tho; sVomacVh the most vulnerable orpan out of ho p.Tto ring as well as In It. We protectbur JWSa. throats, feet and lung, but theSfctfibKVMo aro utterly Indlffer ant to, until dlseiinds tho solar plexus and knocks u outT Make your stomn-h J"UTn arm Strong ov tin' U50 of Don r 1'ier, e' (5rln Mpiiipnt" niinvervr'T yon proVpcrvourcinn vour. moVtTi;ln''Lr: Mif" Pot. "Uolden Medical Disccv'ery"' cures "wcuk stoninch," Indigestion, or dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin aud Ito puro blood and other diseases of the or gans of digestion aiid nutrition. Tho "Golden Medical Discovery " has t speclHc curative pffoot upon all niucoun surfaces and hence cures catarrh, na matter whoro legated or what st.igo It may havo renchi'd. In Nasal Cntnrrh it Is well to cleanse tho passages with Dr. Sago's Catarrh Kemedy fluid while, using tr 'T'sccxprya a constitutional rem pdy. Why Mm "Golden Medical Discov ery" euros CHtnnJiul diseases, on of the siviiwch, bo . ci.i, biJdi r and other pelvic crjins vIU bo r' .In to yci If you will tend a booklet of extracts from tho writ lugs of eminent medical authorities, en dorsing ltd Ingredients and explaining their curative properties. It Is mailed free on request. Addross Dr. It.V. Pierce, llufTalo, N. Y. This booklot gives all th Ingredients entering Into Dr. PIcrco'i medicines from which It will bo seen Jut they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure, trlplo-rollncd glyccrlno being used Insteta. Dr. Plorco's great thousiind-pago 111-.)-tratod Common Sonso Medical Advisni will be sent freo. paper-bound, for 21 or.e cent stamps, or cloth-bound for 81 stamps Addross Dr. Plorco as above. Itccommcmls Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy. "As long ago as I can romombor my mother was a faithful usor and frlond of Chamborlnin b Cough Hom ed y, but nover In my llfo havo I real ized Its truo vnluo until now," writes Prof. II. A. IIowoll of Howell's Amor lean School, Havana, Cuba. "On tho night of Fobrunry 3rd our baby was takon sick with a very sovoro cold; tho noxt day was worso nnd tho fol lowing night his condition was des perate Ho could not Ilo down nnd It was necessary to havo htm In tho arms ovory momont. Even thon his breathing was difficult. I did not think ho would llvo until morning. At Inst I thought of my mother's romedy, Chnmborlnin's Cough Rom ody, which wo gavo, nnd It nfforded prompt rollof, and now thrco dnys lator, ho has fully recovered. Undor tho circumstances I would not host tato a momont In snylng that Chnm borlnin's Cough Romedy, and that only, saved tho llfo of our donr llttlo boy." For sale by Dr. Stono's drug storo. ESMERALDA COUNTY' WINS THE MULE Before tho election Mr. Dryan promised to glvo n mulo to tho coun ty showing tho greatest porcontAgo of Democratic gain. Tho counties havo all been hoard from, and Es meralda county, Nevndn, wins ;ho prize. Her averago Domocrntlc voto for 1000 nnd 1904 wns 3.11, whllo In 190S she polled 2787 or an Increase of G49 per cont, . o Good Liniment. You will hunt n good while before you find a propnratlon that Is equal to Chnmborlnin's Liniment as a euro for muscular nnd rheumatic pains, for tho euro of sprains nnd soreness of tho muscles, it Is equally valu able for Inmo back and all deep Boat ed muscular pains. 25 and 50 cent silos for sale by Dr. Stono's drug store. -o- Assessor Rice's property Is assessed at 400 more than last year. Bet a nickel ho sots a good example, and doesn't kick. o Great Chinese Doctor L. M. II V M Haw mudlclnu which will cure an known dliraae. He makes a sptrUi ty of, and guarantees to cure Catarrh Asthma, Lung, Throat, Rheumatism. Debility, Stomach, Liver, Kldnej Troubles; also any blackened or swollen soreness, broken llmba; Smallpox; Epidemic; all kinds ol Dolls, Lost Manhood, Female 'Weak ness, Hernls Troubles and Paralysis Consultation free. Care of Ylck Bo Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herbs 153 High St., upstairs, Salem. Or. AMV7ZP 223 S. COUMEKCML ST V HOU-mrc, r Rocky Mountain fca hugrjutb A Buy KdJl for Buy F,;it. Bflip 0li Bull m4 Ztuwti Vtat. X roa&tla for CVvlIpIWn. Iwlloealaa, IJrt. ca4 Kids TroubtM. itiiibl. Karma- Lmpun Mood. tte4 BrMUh. SJujrpth BowuTusJmU td lUofcsrhn. It's Rocky UauouUaT to u itC form. M ctsu a boi. Qruilaa toaA bf UoUim Dmoo Comtuir, Mt-tlow, WU. MCMN NUMCW FM SALUW rttfU IF SULLY GOMES YOU SEE -HIM FOR HE 15 ONE OF THE GREATEST Dun Sully has come, and Dan Sully has gone, nnd he 1ms left behind him n delicious memory of ono of tho most artistic character sketches, tho finest bit of acting over put on a Sa lem stage, or any othor. As tho good old Catholic priest, with his heart and purso open to all, -vlth his brund Im munity, his unbounded charity, his gonial comradeship, and nil so natur ally portrayed thnt ono forgot It was n piny, nnd llvod, and felt, and saw, and suffored and enjoyed, just ns tho good old priest made us do. Ho was so natural, so homolike, that ono forgot It wns a piny, and traveled for two or throe hours along tho troublous .paths of the characters In tho piny, because Sully mndo ono bo llovo It was real. While the othor parts of tho play wero so ovorshadowod by Scully It must not bo forgotten thnt much, very much, of tho pleasure of the evening was duo to Miss Gertrude Karl, who as Dolly,v Father Dnlo's ward, was simply Inimitable. Her modorn slang, tho language of Young Amorlcn, was so lrreslstably funny as she passed It up to tho pndro nnd everybody else that after hor first appearance the audlenco bogan to smile when she came In the light, for It realized there was going to bo something doing. She was dainty, charming, captivating, delicious; a bit of artistic flotsam, so unexpected because unheralded, but sweet and satisfying ns a first love. Thosu who fall to sou Dan Sully nnd Miss' Karl In "Tho Matchmaker" will surely hav-u cause for lifelong regret, for they go to tho heart and mind, nnd soul, all at once. CUBANS MAY FIGHT BULLS AND COCKS (United Press Leased Wlro.) Hnvnnn, Cuba, March 10. A.' though legislation of tho Cuban con gross Is moving slowly, tho lack of noteworthy nchlovomont Is attrlbut-M by politicians discussing tho matter today to tho fact that Cuba wishes to avoid .giving causo for a second intervention by tho United States. Thoro Is a alight foar thnt over- cofiitlousnoss may result In tho vorv thing tho Cubans wish to avoid, as lack of propor legislation will be taken by tho United States to Indi cate lack of capacity, ns much ns n I preponderance of Improper lawgiv ing. Tho bill that Is expected to arouse adverse comment nt Washington Is a monsuro to rescind tho military or ders against bull fighting and gamo cock mutches. Another feature Is tho introduction of petty bills whlcU havo tho most trivial purposo In view. THE ROAD TO GLORY HARD TO TRAVEL Dollingham, Wash., March 10. Rathor than loso an $8000 water main contract, on which he was the lowost bidder, but which had not been nwarded him booauso of bis po sition, J. h. Likens, a local contrac tor, has rostgnod as a member of tho Dollingham civil service commission Commissioner Likens' resignation wns accopted, and the contract award ed to Citizen Llkons. Tho position of civil service commissioner carrier no omolumont oxcept tho honor, aud Likens lost no Umo in making III selection between glory and real monoy. NEW LIGHT FOR HIGH AND MISSION STREETS At the city council meeting last night Alderman Stockton of the com mittee on lighting reported favorably on an arc light for High and Mission streets. Inquiry as to a light on Falrmount park revealed the fact that this was the last light provided for In the budget. Inquiry aa to the lights ordered maintained by the street car company at the ends of linos where there aro. waiting rooms elicited no Information. The city Jail hu been thoroughly cleaned. Aa the tramp element doe not read The Journal, this la not a free advertisement for city boarder. Nerve Sick If weak, worn-out, nervous, cannot sleep; have indigestion, head ache, neuralgia or peri odic pains, it is because vour nerves are weak. It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach, heart, lungs, etc., work imperfectly become sick. Dr. Miles'" Nervine cures tho sick when it restores nerve strength, and puts tho power behind tho or gans to do their work. "Almoiit thrio venrs I jti(Treil from nervousness. Indigestion, nml palpita tion cf tho heart I could not ont or sloop with oomfort, or vnll or talk without sulTerliiR. AUoifetlier I was In n bnd condition M doctor did not seem to do int any good. I lind tried bo many rcmedloa that 1 Old not hava much hopo of uny of thorn doiiur mo any uood. Dr. '"Miles' Nervlno wna suggested by a friend. I got relief from tho first, and after a few days I fait llko a new person. It not only rellavcd my lioart nnd nerves, but has Invigorated my whole system. 1 nm very gmtefut becnuso since t Imvn stopped ualtiK It, I luivo lind absolutely or my oui trotiino. MH8. 1IOWA11D FOUD. (0 Summit Ave., WorcoMtor, Mass. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that IMS first bottle will benefit. If It falls, hi will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind MFALS 15c Call and try them. Meals lGc Board per wook $2.75, nm fur nished rooms very reasonable AT TUB Salem Restaurant aao court btrket. FRENCH FEMALE PILLS. A Bin. Curt id Ruir tt flutf MtvwtwiAtiom. Ml JfKOWN TO fAll. "'J1 plf I rttVP (Urt-s)iMl r NsMf KffI4, hl ff?lt-i f.'f l.00 lf l-. Will tflnl UMMlrtU,tb Mil t l imii rtiitr-H. pinpiNfrMi if jrttri4(ii-taH tt iMm itai jMr-tra-iri iii-m UNITED MEDICAL CO. . BOK T4, LAHeiOTtn. tV. "old in Salem bv Dr. S. C SI-" Phono 14 Main. 147 N. High st. C. W. YANNKE Proprietor of THE FASHION STABLES Cabs and Livery All Rigs Modern Rubber Tiro. HUIE WING SANG CO. Removal Sale-All Goods At Cosi Wo mnlco up all kinds Ladles' Un derwear, Wrapper, Klrioiiax anil Walsti, Wo keep al kinds of IHvhh floods and Bilks, Gent's anil liUdleN' Kurnlhlilng floods, Clilna Waiv, Mat tltigN, Shoes. Trunks, llliuiketx, Com fortx, Etc. :i'2( N. Coiiimervlal Ht. (First storo N. 13. Sldo, Salem, Or.) Salem Fence Works Iloadquartorn for Wovon Wlro Fonclng, Hop Wire, Barb Wire, Poultry Nottlng, Shingles, Mai thold Roofing P & B Ready Roofing, All At lwet Prices. CHAS. D. MULLIGAN MO Court Ht Phono 121 FP Fire Proof Fool Proof In considering making your own light, or cooking, why not consider tho F. P. Gas Machine and Stub bers Light. Will sell and Install this machlno and guarantee It to slvo 100 per cent more light for tho same money than electricity or city gas. Lot mo figure with you, estimates furnished. Call at my shop and see the lights and stoves in operation. I also carry PVRO DENATURED ALCOHOL utilities.. Safe economi cal, odorless. A. L FRASER I'boae 135 258 State St. THE STOCK BOOKS For tho North Santlnm Mining company, are still ope Mr Hv vestors. , A limited ntnouut of stock Is now for snlo, at tho LOW'PKIOE of Gc per shoro. SAVAGE & HERREN FISCAL f lIiItHIl8Illltf Itf--IJ-l SPRAY YOUR TREES WITH DEPENDABLE BRAND LIME AND SULPHUR SOLUTION You get the best spray on people and guaranteed by and test tacked on every liiutUN stolz COMPANY, Salem, Orcnon. For sale by the following dealers', TILSON .t CO. FLIvTCTlKR ,i IITRI). I). A. WHITE ,: SONS. II. P. CHASE, LB HOLD UROS. B tM-H-t-faVHMl 1 I i&kx Nothing Better on the Market jj ei -.jir-fcr"57i iaitm-twiaiaiaiaiaiamisXitf iif inniiiai Tho man who takes from another a Qod-glvon right Is tho real losor by tho transaction. THE HOUSEHOLD EXPENSE BOOK Will show a ducldod nrgumont In favor of our handling nil tho laundry work making aa wo do thu lowost prices nr.d preserving tho lluuu untniHttd to our estab lishment by out up to dutu meth ods. Rotter give us a trial this time If you want full satisfaction Salem Laundry Co. Tclfphoiio IM. I'tll-UM H. Liberty Ht. r -. "-H-'-SMHrM READY TAILORED u? ,i&v FOR WELL DRES3HD MEN. rf-Mtm c yi8lllil til l3l'ttllft'l I ! ! I WILLIAM DAVIDSON j STOCKS and BONDS ji WlMiAMiyri'M HOTIU, HALK.M, Or, i ! I can ndvlno you on any stockN or Ih-ixIx moM or on tho market. J 9 Money M-curcd for promotion purpoH-n, paloiitN, luaiiufucturiuK lit- J tluxtrloN. largo luiul ilcnN, ftc. Cull anil M'o mi. Wanloil, u J Ri'fi'n'itri'H rrqulri'il. ; tetit:iiiif484astiiitit'iiiit,,-'ft ! Portland's Popular Fire-Proof Hotel THE OREGON Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service In city, with Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 pi m- Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest. ANNEX IS NOW OPEN Our capacity has been doubted and our freo bus will hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train No, 12, limited, Oregon Electric that arrive In Portland at 10:55 a, m, and 4;55 p, m, M. C DICKINSON, Manager THE OREGON i the market. Made by Salem X Salem people. Guarantee barrel. Manufactured by the Z It I m I fr4HM-H'tHfW h 1 9 ! 4 I tM't AGENTS. 120 S. COMMERCIAL ST. GOODS BEARING THIS MARK ;; ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED1 ; WHEN SOLD BY THE ; ; Salem Hardware Company I; 120Coin'l St. Thonc 172 l! i THE BEST ROAST THE FAMILY EVER HAD Can be obtained from our prltno, ton dor and Juicy Roof, Mutton or Pork. All our moats nro selected from tho choluust. and propared for tho tablo to suit tho demands of tho fnstldloue. Our prlcon aro lower for qi allty than you can find nt any placo In Salem. E. C. CROSS & SON CLOTHES price: range x) tdf"" &2Q TO 40 j ; few coiupoti'iit men ami women. J I .siiflUtt wMit .' &i -ff C